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conner greece vocab

6th grade studying content area studies

Plays that are funny and usually have happy endings. Comedy
The leader would often be forced to obey the soldiers' wishes in order to temain in power. Tyranny
A play in which life is treated seriously and usually has a sad ending. Tragedy
Homer's long, beutiful poems. Epic
Stories about gods or godesses. Myth
Group of citizens. Assembly
A greek word meaning "power to the people" Democracy
A hill top fortress { a Greek word meaning "high city."} Acropolis
Central market place of the city. Agora
Conquered people forced to become slaves. Helot
A greek city state. Polis
A territory that is under control of another, usually distant country. Colony
A greek word meaning"rule by one." Monarchy
A greek word meaning "love of wisdom." Philosophy
Land that is sorounded by water on three sides. Penninsula
A government ruled by a few people usually by members of rich, powerful families. Oligarchy
Created by: connerchargers